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Women, Peace, and Security | Independent Commission on Multilateralism

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This paper outlines key debates in the field of women, peace, and security (section I) before exploring institutional challenges and opportunities. Finally, the paper offers conclusions and observations that can serve as strategic entry points for action and recommendations for the multilateral system on operationalizing its policy commitments on women, peace, and security

Questions to consider:

1) How should the multilateral system, and the UN in particular, best frame its approach to women, peace, and security?

2) In light of the analysis put forth in the paper, what is your reaction to the policy recommendations and what other recommendations, if any, would you propose?

3) Any other views, observations or questions that should be addressed with regards to this paper?

Source: Women, Peace, and Security – ICM

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